Access Technology Program (ATP)2021-11-16T11:09:36-05:00

The Access Technology Program (ATP) connects investigators to novel technologies and facilitates access to any of our 60+ CTSI Core Services on our IU, Purdue, & Notre Dame campuses.

Some examples of our available resources include:
  • Proteomic & Genomic Testing
  • Biospecimen Processing and Storage
  • Microbiology, Nanotechnology, & In Vivo
  • Bone Composition & Tissue Procurement
  • Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Services

Additionally, we approve and oversee the CTSI Core Services to ensure they are meeting the needs of our investigators.  We review our Core Services annually to ensure:

  • appropriate and clear operational policies
  • pricing structure
  • customer satisfaction

Interested in becoming a Core Service?  Apply for CTSI Core Designation here!
Need funding?  We award over 25 Core Pilot grants per year to provide Investigators up to $10,000 in Core Services!


Access Technology Program Seminars

The ATP Seminars will take place via ZOOM twice a month on Fridays from noon to 1 p.m.

To register for an upcoming seminar, please Click Here

Date Title Service Core Presentation
20 Aug 2021 Cryo-EM, a powerful tool for understanding structure
IUSM Center for Electron Microscopy
10 Sep 2021 Preclinical Modeling & Therapeutics Core: Updates & Opportunities
Preclinical Modeling and Therapeutics Core (PMTC)
08 Oct 2021 Protein Engineering and Production Molecular Evolution, Protein Engineering and Production
22 Oct 2021 The power and promise of functional proteomics for understanding cell biology and disease
Purdue Proteomics Facility
05 Nov 2021 The IUSM Behavioral Phenotyping Core: Technology Available for Characterizing Mice and Rats Indiana University School of Medicine Behavioral Phenotyping Center
19 Nov 2021 NMR of molecules large and small in biomedical research and drug design
Magnetic Resonance Research Center
Presentation available after the seminar
03 Dec 2021 Overview of the newly created Biospecimen Collection and Banking Core Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center Biospecimen Collection and Biobanking Core Presentation available after the seminar
17 Dec 2021 Applications using cell sorters to prepare samples for single-cell transcriptomics
Flow Cytometry Core Facility (FCCF)
Presentation available after the seminar
Date Title Service Core Presentation
12 Feb 2021 Envision New Dimensions: Visium Spatial Solutions Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Center for Medical Genomics

Seminar Slides
26 Feb 2021 No Seminar – Indiana CTSI Virtual Retreat, “Navigating the Regulatory Pathway for Medical Devices” Purdue University Virtual Retreat Information

Virtual Retreat News

12 Mar 2021 Binding Interactions in Solution: Microscale Thermophoresis (MST) Technology Chemical Genomics Facility, Purdue Institute for Drug Discovery
26 Mar 2021 CODEX Multiplexed Fluorescence Imaging at the ICBM Indiana Center for Biological Microscopy
9 Apr 2021 Lipidomics: high-throughput exploratory analysis guided by chemical functionalities Metabolite Profiling Facility (MPF)
Bindley Bioscience Center
23 Apr 2021 Light-Sheet Technology and Applications Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility
14 May 2021 An introduction to home-brew library prep methods for Illumina sequencing and critical factors to ensure success: ChIP-Seq, ATAC-Seq, Hi-C, and CRISPR screening Indiana University Center for Genomics & Bioinformatics
Indiana University School of Medicine Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics
Notre Dame Genomics & Bioinformatics Core Facility
Purdue University Bindley Core for Genomics

Seminar Slides
28 May 2021 Positron Emission Tomography (PET) for Molecular Imaging Roberts Translational Imaging Facility

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